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African American Cultural Society

The mission and purpose of the African American Cultural Society, Inc. are to preserve and perpetuate the cultural heritage of African Americans through educational, artistic, intellectual, and social activities and services deemed to be in the best interests of the entire community.

AACS Membership has its benefits

  • AACS educates and interprets our rich African American culture.

  • AACS owns the beautiful Cultural Center building and five surrounding acres.

  • AACS is a repository to preserve our history of African American accomplishments.

  • AACS evidences our concern for our youth by offering training, programs, and relevant activities.

  • AACS perpetuates our culture through the presentation of visual and performing arts.

Upcoming Events, These are AACS Sponsered Events Only.

Please See Our Calendar for All Events

African American Cultural Society AACS

AACS Membership Meeting

May 25 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Bridge

Palm Coast Bridge Club

May 28 @ 10:00 am - 4:30 pm

NAACP Member Meeting

May 28 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Line Dancing

Line Dancing

May 29 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Bridge

Palm Coast Bridge Club

May 30 @ 10:00 am - 4:30 pm

NEWS

May 2024 Event Schedule

May Line Dancing Every Wednesday 7pm-8:30pm   Game Time 1st and 3rd Wednesday 1pm-4pm Quilting and Sewing Club May 8th, 19th 26th 12:30pm-3pm Membership Meeting May 25th 10:30-12pm May Event Schedule-1 AACS Rummage Sale 6/1 [...]

AACS Quilting and Sewing

Come join us at the AACS to sew quilt gather and have fun. Beginners  to advance come out to show your skills or learn new skills.

AFRICAN NEW YEAR 2024

African New Year

LAST YEAR’S AFRICAN NEW YEAR

African New Year
African New Year
African New Year
African New Year
African New Year

JUNETEENTH

2024

AACS included in the African American Civil Rights Network

Art Network

Recent Events

African American Cultural Society Awards Celebration

Awards

2022 Awardees in picture:

Kurt Bottoms, Joseph Matthews, Imani Kinshasa William Seeney, Edmund Pinto III (accepting for his father), Melinda Morais, Robert Whiting, Victor Krause. In front Janice Williams and Jean Tanner. Absent, Richard Barnes.

The Shirley Chisholm Trail Marker Dedication November 30, 2023

CLICK HERE TO READ THE OBSERVER ARTICLE

Trail marker

WHAT OUR MEMBERS ARE SAYING ABOUT AACS

James Sharpe

“As a Founding Member, I am very proud of what we accomplished in the early days. There were many sleepless nights as we grappled with how to get the land and how to pay for construction. All the issues were worked out, and the results is this beautiful building you see here today. I invite you to become a member today”

The Late Great James Sharpe
Jim Lee

“As original lifetime members, Elva and I were involved from the very beginning. Jim was a member of the “Construction Cabinet” that supervised the overall construction from permitting to final occupancy. Elva was a member of the group that wrote the charter and bylaws and got the approval from the State. We highly recommend AACS as a place to enrich your heritage”

Jim & Elva Lee

“As chairperson of the membership committee, I encourage all to become members to help perpetuate African American cultural experience. Among the reasons to join are: AACS educates and interprets our history, AACS promotes and celebrates the accomplishments of African Americans, AACS provides exciting, trips, social events, lectures, and many other activities.”

Jean Tanner

Dee and I have used the African American Cultural Society facilities for a few years now to conduct our meetings and other events. The building is beautiful and the administered staff is great to work with. We highly recommend it for your next event.

Mike & Dee Cocchiola

“I recently moved to Florida from California. As an outgoing people person, I was looking for an organization that offers social activities as well as cultural enrichment activities. AACS more than meets both requirements.  I am glad I became a member.”

Geri Wright

“We all wanted a place to call our own. Originally, the idea was to create a social club. But some of us wanted something more along the lines of a cultural club. The African American Cultural Society was born after considerable discussion. The result of the early discussion is what you see now; a place to celebrate our heritage.”

William (Chappie) Williams
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